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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 8 January 1925

tr iUKWli'UlJtWUKJUIIumm'WUWiMWWMWBm wmmmymmmmmmmmimmrmMtMn - v V; j ' ( !' i . ' V j rr. tzzik" 'AiJmM I JWr" jww4 r .- a FORMER A. C. C. DEAN SPEAKS AT D. L C. C A. Ktlngman who was formerly Dean of Bible in Abilene Christian College was a vialtor at David Lipscomb Collcgo re ccntly. The Dabbler which is the stu- dent publication of that college hat the following to say about his visit and tho "'a'ddress ho gave: 1 "A recent visitor of note was George ; (A. Klingman who spoke at chapel period I .'November 26 1924. Mr. Klingman was for several years a teacher in Abilene Chris- tian Collcgo and spoko Very appreciatively i-of the spirit of interchange between the " College and David Lipscomb College. His (labors are now located in Toronto Canada "Mr. Klingman's lecture dealt princi- pally with his thankfulness for ono tiling The Dible. He mentioned the fact that 'many do not appreciate the Dible but at a school where it is taught and studied respect for that Dook grows. That this is ...

Publication Title: Optimist, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 8 January 1925

W&-JSanmMmWMWImOitmtlMtoKMilMtim tlMtllMlMt minium wm mtmowwmum mwwtimu GLADYS AGNEW WEDS AT EASTLAND IN DEC. Eastland Texas was the icene of the culmination of a long existing romance when Mips Gladys Agnew and Dr. W. S. Carter both of Rising Star Texas were married by Brother Thurman on Decem- ber IB. Dr. Carter is a well known physician of Rising Star and lias a host of friends in Abilene. Mlw Agnew was a student hero in 1923-24 and a member of the Fresh- man Cass. She was not only a member of the Ko Jo Kai but also was chosen Cutest Ctrl by the student body in the Annual favorite election. They Vilt make their home at Rising Star. BEDI GIVES REMINESCENCES OF FORMER STUDENTS ON TRIP TO WORK IN ANSON Up early and to the Wichita Valley station. Thcro's Lillian Allen of Petrolla freshman last year going to teachers' in- stitute. Wish the ticket office would open. All aboard! And hero's Dean Cox going to Haskell to direct an institute. This road has hauled lots of A. C. Cites. Sa...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 15 January 1925

4 i siw ojir rw r&ur ; r -x ' i ' BVYAMCKLYPEAX T i i laMH: r lyllllllilSlT : tr ft VOLUME XII. ABILENE CHRISTIAN COLLEGE THURSDAY JANUARY 5 1925. NUMBER 15. KiW ' ""5p to -c i WILDCATS OPEN SEASON WITH E.T. LIONS FRIDAY DOPE GIVES A. C. C. TEAM THE EDGE AND A SHOT AT THE PENNANT. A. C. C.'a 1025 cago entry in tho T. I. A. A. will open its season Friday night against tho East Texas Nor- mal Lions in tho first of a two gamo series. Tho Wildcats who on paper appear ns strong ns any team in tho association will bo watched with in- terest by fans of Abilene ns on tho outcomo of theso two games will probably depend whether A. 0. C. is to bo a contender in tho rnco for tho association titlo of Texas. Per dopo tho Wildcats should win over Commerce. Opening tho season last year against tho Lions A. C. C. was nblo to cop both contests. Tho Normalitcs aro weaker this year whilo tho Christians aro supposed to bo con- siderably stronger duo to tho ad- dition of now material notably in tho p...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 15 January 1925

D iiWJWMWilHUIItfwiiiilJIli ilnl m.hmi.ili'jIH i.iijMHi'J!"".''i'''ll'fin'l""1l"1lll'ni1l'frl 1 1 Published Weekly by the Student of Abllcno Christian College. Office Administration Building Room 6 Subscription Per Year $150 Address all correspondence and make all Money Orders Payable to THE OPTIMIST Abilene. Texas. Member of Tcxaa Intcr-collcglate Press i Association. moro than n billion years" Professor Hussell said. JAssuming as Pro- fessor Eddington does that matter in tho interior of stars may bo brndu- ally converted into energy to Bupply theso losses tho life of a star probably exceeds ton thousand billion years." A school lad of ten mny add to Professor Russell's statement this: "Probably no scientist knows how or when stars tho sun tho moon and tho earth woro formed and probably no one will over know." w AUBHA B. BANOWSKY Editor-in-Chief HAROLD L. ANDERSON Associate Editor HENRY T. HOGG Business Manager Burton Coffnian Intercollegiate Editor Forrest Baker. -..Assistant Edit...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 15 January 1925

tutM - i. &ibt m A-w. t vwigirit1t iryijTpiiJjiSi rwr ' iwi HM-MF' " iWI'W MWff )UBW4IUIJill' 113- i if lascA r r iuTiv SOCIETY AND CLUBS IIAItDINGS ORGANIZE. Tho first meeting of tho Harding Literary Society this term took placo on tho night of January 3. Yo Old Harding pep was very much in evi- dence. Before tho rendition of tho program tho following officers wore elected Abner Morris presidentj Earl Smith vlco president; Noreno Brown secretary Lois Bedichek re- porter; sargeant-nt-arms Marvin Carrj forensic manager Ernest Witt. Tho following program was given: Solo and Whistling Solo Ernest Witt. Hawaiian Guitar Selection Luther Dabnoy. Piano Solo Rita Adrian. Reading Abner Morris. ZELLNERS . In a program which was acclaimed tho best of tho season tho Zcllners again proved their prowess. Each number was rendored with cnvlablo Btylo with tho finish of an artist. To start things off with a rush Florenco Tubbs proved her ability to mako a piano talk in syncopation. Following thi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 15 January 1925

" "'w7STgiSilMi3iriiifi .iCaaw fc . timmtvm mtmr iwioph .. mammmmsi!mmVfT'm"Mr ilMto MJI..UI t'lll WIIWUTI iMAIMlWUPte REEEEEiEESEEE "S oQai "ft"1 CAMPBELL'S Final Close -Out A "BROADSIDE OF BARGAINS" FROM EVERY DEPARTMENT New Songs to he Learned A Selling Event Eclipsing All Previous Efforts at Value Giving j AUUm'i Fmrltt jfirt Lfanwoetfe QUALITY-M VALUE -SCnWC Earliest Issue of Optimist Uncovered and Interesting Things are Revealed TUNE "When that old A. 0. 0. team falls In lino."' Rah Rah Rah Rah Rah Rah for A. 0. 0.. "' " The school that every student hero adores Como Christian boys and girls all gather 'round And sing to heaven above your ripping tearing sound J Wo aro from A-b-i-1-o-n-a! I ' t Wo are tho somo that put tho "nmc" in famo Always game A. 0. 0. Wo aro indobted to Guy Wells of Quanah Texas for this vorslon. TUNE"Turkoy In tho Straw."- If you want to see some basketball 111 tell you what you do Watch those Wildcats put tho ball through; They grab that ball and they ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 22 January 1925

WELCOME BROTHER SEWELL " V I jtL ttj 53!" I 'rt'lfr I " ' "; WWEPF$ fLL VOLUME XII. WILDCATS OPEN President ST. EDWARDS WILL BE NEXT WILDCAT OPPONENT BROWN MAY BE OUT AB RESULT OP COLD; KERR WILL SUBSTITUTE. A. C. C. will find her second op- position of tho present season Fri- day night when sho takes the floor .ngalnst tho team from St. Edwards 'College. Tho gamo will not figure cither for or against tho Wildcats In tho percentage column of tho T. I. A. -A. slnco tho school at Austin is In tho Association only on probation. Tho Wildcats stand a bettor chance perhaps to loso thii gamo than any other during tho year. Compara- tive scores with Simmons show tho Catholics to bo much stronger than tho East Texans who appeared hero last week and whoii tho Christian cagers wero able to down the first night by only a smell score. The Wildcat basketeors will bo greatly handicapped in size tho tho Saints will bo kept hustling to stay up with Cantrcll nnd Powell who appeared last week as ono o...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 22 January 1925

IMIVWwIfflWmiH JiiMlli-.BgHBWiW3B855atllWiW A. C. CS SICK mmmmasmmmmimaMiiMmmmiMMmfm WITH THE EXES AROUND THE CAMPUS Sickness which has been provnlont during January hns not been entirely absent from tho families of people connected with Abileno Christian Col- lege. GRACE DINING ROOM Published Weekly by the Student! of Abilene Chriitlan College. Hugh Clark nt some timo a for- mer student of A. C. C visited Chapel Tuesday Ho Is minister of tho Church of Christ at Winters Texas. In a talk to tho students ho empha- sized tho need of making prcpnation for llfo while tho opportunity Is nvnll- ablc. Ho also advised that we should Sylvia Wilson a last year's stu- dent of A. C. C spent last week end with her school friends Miss AlU Wood and Miss Ala and Alta Burrus. Fred Brown former student of A. C. C visited his Bister Miss Irene whilo hero a short timo Friday. Ho was on his way to Dallnt Fred is somewhat of a business man nowa- days Try Our V .41 ' Office Administration Building Room 6 S...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 22 January 1925

i&. syr fr Gibson Washes His Ford With Rag in Memory of Waterless Days of 1921 4 John Paul Gibson by a little act of wash- ing his Ford ono day tho past week re- called to tho minds of tho older students the days back In .the winter of 1921-22 Vrhcn water was ono of the thing? Abilene did not have. Gibson was" giving his lizzie a bath in much the samo stylo that many who were here in those days had had sev- eral baths that is by means of a gallon bucket and a wash rag. It has not been detcrndned jutt why Mr. Gibson pursued this method of wash- ing his tin sited unless it was just as a memorial to the waterless days. Or It may have Lcen possible that the Ford just needed its faco washed. Back down in those days which the vice- president of tho students association was evidently commemorating it was custom- ary to take a bath while you were home Clirlstmas and use a dry towel tho rest of the time. Football men found the go- ing especially rought That fall was the dryest ono that h...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 22 January 1925

wmmtmutmwMtmmmmummmm vmmmmwmwmwiimimi0ummawtmmmmummttft'Mmtmimm HH r M 4 1 6m EKS: CAMPBELL'S Final Close -Out A "BROADSIDE OF BARGAINS" FROM EVERY DEPARTMENT A Selling Event Eclipsing All Previous Efforts atValue Giving J0? AUUnt't fmrilt Sj& uanwoeu QUALITY- s VALUE -smwce POINTED PERSONALS By Prexy Anderson Vonl vidi I didn't vlcl. Such briefly would bo tho story of Conch Murphy of tho East Texns Lions In describing hlo disastrous visit to Abi- lene last week when his team drop- ped two games each to Simmons Mc- Murray and A. C. C. SURPRISES PARTIES FEATURE BIRTHDAYS "With Caesar's knowledge of Latin wo might havo condonscd tho opening sentenco of this column somewhat but then wo figure wo'vo got a lot moro to talk about than Julius did when he uncorked his famous statement some- twenty centuries past. For in- stance thcro are A. C. C.'s chances for a T. I. A. A. championship which havo grown considerably in our minds since tho Wildcats handed Commcrco that 35 to 12 drubbing ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 29 January 1925

J nR1p((IT" T" w i.rj C X f JtCXir f&Mt -irtt BE A ! r MID-TERM EXAMS ARE .J im. TREASURE . WOVlS . w 'V- . '? v . LI VOLUMK XIL ABILENE CHRISTIAN COLLEGE THURSDAY JANUARY 29 1925. Number 17 "SterdtefiiM ft. SEWELLSPEAKS TO THE STUDENTS DURING STAY PRESIDENT EMERITUS ENDS VISIT TO A. C. C. ON FRIDAY. VITAL SUBJECTS DISCUSSED Sermons at Night and Chapel Talks In the Day Recall Old Night With characteristic zeal and earn- estness and from a heart overflowing with love for Abilono Christian Col- lego and her ideals Brother J. P. sSewell during his stay hero spoke up- jjn themes that are vital and essen- tial to the success of tho institution "and her students. To tho older stu- dents who have learned to lovo and '.appreciate Brother Sewcll his dis burses were a sourco of joy and stir- red within them memories lhat' time cannot erase. To the now students they were an introduction Vo one of the staunchest friends of Christian education Texas has ever known. The President Emeritus clo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 29 January 1925

MBMHMIMh luuwijii iuuJ K W Mhf iitf JWiWBWfflirroftnf HHIT liy HfflTIT i " '"W" 'f"l '''HHiniiiiiMhiiiWinii'iMiiiiiiWMWiiiiiririii 'i '" "" ' "" i""'"'"'p wiiiiwiimwi .WrtIinv "Hi nIUM'Wtlllll"MWIIIHI.MIWllWIW i! I I r. i ? ltitJMivMi Published Weekly by the Student Abilene Christian College. Office Administration Building Room 6 Subscription Per Year...- $1.50 Address all correspondence and make all 1 Money Orders Payable to THE OPTIMIST Abilene. Texas. Member of Texas Intercollegiate Press Association. w AUBRA B. BANOWSKY Editor-in-Chief HAROLD L. ANDERSON Associate Editor HENRY T. HOGG Business Manager Burton Coffman.. Forrest Baker. Elwyn Bedlchck Jowcll Young. Ullian Rice. Alvln Brown Price Sanders. .Intercollcgla!e Editor Issistant Editor .Assistant Editor Assistant Editor assistant Editor Lsslstant Manager -Circulation Manager FOR WOMEN ONLY. Women's clothing hns been the subject of editorials essays and va- rious Borts of comment probably since Eve donned her first fig leaf ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 29 January 1925

mui i mmwmwMiwi 'iHWHillWMIiW ;Wiiww)WijUai'iii.AJMi.nij P.'..jW Wi ..!.) twltlWWIMIMJIMMIIHlMWWW &$n ' JF-. W: if'-'- !. ' i POINTED PERSONALS 19K Uy Prexy Andirton JU'No flics Lions Saints or anything else in our ointment yet and from ' present indications it will probably 'go frco from Hill Billies this time 'nbxt week. We figuro.that Daniel Sakcr'a 'chance is only" o pluribus lu'num when they start stacking up against the best team in West Texas. Understand wo wouldn't mako tho statement by ourselves but thero's 'the Star-Telegram sport dopestor to back us who now figures A. 0. C. fan tho leader in tho western half of the T. I A. A. with Southwestern tho pick of the Association teams in the east half of tho state jJ'Tho gymnasium seems to be on tho jpoint of recovering from its some jthlrd or fourth relapse and will prob- ably bo ready for tho Sam Houston Normal games a little less than two weeks hence. Tho thought of dedi- cating the gym with a double victory over the Hill ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 29 January 1925

MWM4trlHMWai nijimmi i miiiiiii M I've " WWwlw Jv. t -x-iminmmi'is" n ir i"'i" ""' lm -- ytjgmmwmmnmmmmm - m - V W 5 I I ' SaES 222! CAMPBELL'S Final Close -Out A "BROADSIDE OF BARGAINS" FROM EVERY DEPARTMENT 1 A Selling Event Eclipsing All Previous Efforts at Value Giving SPECK APPRECIATED AT SAN MARCOS SAYS STUDENT PUBLICATION j&? AMni'i Fmrjft V 5 jaimoeus -M VALUE 'SERYa QUALITY- S As Brother Sewell says those who havo not met Dean Speck have miss- ed the association of a great man. Tho College Star San Marcos Texas carried tho following story of Dean who is Denn of otudonts there. "We are glad to" reprint tho story: TIIE PRINCE. H. E. Spick Student Dean. TWIN SIX HOLDS AN UNUSUAL MEETING action RE 3E HORN HERESIES. 1. A faculty Individually incompe- tent or indifferent or collectively ineffective makes a bad college. 2. Faculty members should bo the kind of men and women wo want our boys and girls to become. 3. Mental traits in tho faculty are as easily transmissible as phy...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 5 February 1925

? '. 4 1 . 4 1 . . k-.'-x? : . ' t n ' KtiADITHE ADS AND SUPPORT NOW. IS THE TIME TO OVER- COME THAT YELLOW SLIP ii i VOLUME XIL ABILENE CHRISTIAN COLLEGE THURSDAY FEDRUARY 5 1925. NHmber 18 t KUAUITlitt AD8 AND SUPPORT kB vK Bt.hI flfftt Ml Ml "! A A rfl A i4 Wf'm I ..tfHE.' ADVERTISERS?. . OK III "P wU E Mill 1 H H i M Xflr I T WLMiML 9L 1 j ML m Ml ' ML Ml 1 g iLBiM ' . I r ik ur v mt i " jmt m hi m b i h 11 m -w mi h I""'' P.. A' ' f S"'tf-'4 -i rn. .' . Ev r r K j! BRIGHT PROSPECT NOTED IN OUTLOOK FOR 1925 BASEBALL Inspired by the warm days of tho present week thoughts of baseball are finding an occasional entry Into tho mlnda of sports followers at A. C C. Though actual practise has not yet begun at Wildcat 'Park almost overy afternoon sees aspiring artists of tho diamond warming up their arms and gloves at various places over tho collega campus. With the possible exception of tho pitching staff prospects for all de- partments of the 1025 team appear as bright as tho pro-reaso...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 5 February 1925

RiffiXIMH WWMMCTtHUWWIC i i. i mmn m Published Weekly by the Sludenls of Abilene Chrlitian College. Office Administration Building Itoom 6 Subscription Per Year . J1.50 . Address all correspondence and mal.e all Money Order Payable to THE OPTIMIST Abilene. Texas. Member of Texas Inter-collfglato Press ' v f v' Association. AUDRA B. BANOWSKY Editor-in-Chief HAROLD L. ANDERSON Managing Editor HENRY T. HOGG ' Business Manager Burton Coflman ' J ForrestiBalcer.. f 5 Elwyn'Bcdichek .Intercolleglato Editor As!!3tant Editor Assistant Editor Jewell Youne Assiutant Editor Ellla McGaughcy Religious Editor Alvln Brown Assistant .Manager Price Sanders ..Circulation Manager LET US HAVE MEDITATION Back in tho early days of America tho education that the youth received was chiefly in such technical mat- ters as tho proper way to follow a plow1; tho easiest way to cut a tree and to raiso it to tho proper place in the buildings of those days; to know tho difference in a skunk and a beaver and how to...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 5 February 1925

4 -!.' f : . vf iS-v ftwWv " . if fc. JL . hi mi nr xr -A -' P I VA -'ft T" - - v Jt W ' . 'i f jiff)' T. C. U. DEBATERS WIH BE HERE TOMORROW ADAMS AND GIBSON WILL MEET HORNED FROGS IN FIRST DEBATE OF YEAR (The first debate of tho year will come tomorrow night. Texas Chris- tian. University will bo tho oppon--entfj of Adams and Gibson. Tho sub- ject that will bo discussed Is He- solved that Congress should bo em- ppworcd to override by a two-thirds vote decisions of tho supremo court that declare congressional action un- constitutional. Tho local men will havo tho negative side of the ques- tion. Adams was one member of a team that last year obtained a 8 to 0 de- cision over tho Ilorned Frog debaters. Ho was then as now tho first man on the debating squad. Last year ho was also on the team that over camo Phillips University. In tho last de- bate of the year tho team of which ho was u member lost to Denton Normal. Gibson has had considerable ex- perience in debating and public spoakl...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 5 February 1925

tjmnil(iWMWyw uiiwinara-!RW"""l"1""1 T'Tj1ttMttWttfliMiW tmmmmsmmmmmmmmfm MAMtMWMmHMIMrtMiHNMM 1 .1 1 I' H I .1 t1 i i hit 3E i E3E CAMPBELL'S Final Close -Out A "BROADSIDE OF BARGAINS" FROM EVERY DEPARTMENT A Selling Event Eclipsing All Previous Efforts at Value Giving I ouAUTY-JvAtue -senwce A POINTED PERSONALS By Prexy Anderson Only ono other team now (Wed- nesday) shares the top rung of the T. I. A. A. ladder with tho Wildcats. That Is Southwestern University. Howard Payno was tho last to fall from this elovated position when sho mot defeat at the hands of South- western Monday1 night by a scoro of something like 18 to 0. Which same makes us crave Southwestern as a bit of competition is tho main thing ' -wo're-l&okin gfor now. Patterson elongated piece of hu- manity who represents Daniel Ba- ker on tho court at tho center posi tion has a great deal of complaint to mako about tho gym out at Sim mons. Says his playing is hindered to no small extent by tho beams across the top ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 12 February 1925

I t 'A K 1 I ; i A i ; il - ' jiiMH ' HEAD THE ADSAND SUPPORT ' THE -ADVERTISERS ' NOW IS THE TIME TO" OVER- ' COME THAT YELLOW SLIP J ' w' VOLUME XII. ABILENE CHRISTIAN COLLEGE THURSDAY FEBRUARY 12 1025. NUMBER 19 Unl 3? I(M aMl will P IB IfBrBl liEGLl -- MN J I p Wfe I I 111 I fttl - KMr' 8 I 4 $ S WILDCATS SPLIT DOUBLE BILL WITH SAM HOUSTON BEARKATS DROP OPENER 39 TO 19 AND WIN SECOND GAME 36 TO 31 In the two gamo scries with Sam Houston Normal Monday and Tues- day nights honors wero divided by tho two teams the first going to the visitors by tho lopsided score of 30 to 10 and tho Christians taking tho second 30 to 31. A. C. C. was far off her usual form tho first night but returned with a vengenco Tuesday and outplayed tho Teachers to a de- greo not Indicated by tho rather closo score. Tho result of Monday night's affair dropped A. C. C. into n tie with Can- yon Normal for Bccond placo In tho race for T. I. A. A. honors each team having been credited with ono loss whilo tho defe...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 12 February 1925

mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmt BWBBBBsSiis:i"iiaMiBisww uMMmtnmimim i Published Weekly by the Student of Abilene Christian College. Office Administration Building Room 6 Subscription Per Year . $150 Addreta all correspondence and make all Money Order Payable to THE OPTIMIST Abilene. Texos. Member of Texas Inter-collegiate Press Association. AUDRA B. DANOWSKY Editor-in-Chief HAROLD L. ANDERSON Managing Editor HENRY T. HOGG Business Manager Burton Coffman Intercollegiate Editor Forrest Baker Elwyn Bcdichck. Jowoll Young. .Assistant Editor POINTED PERSONALS Ellis McGaughey Alvin Brown Price Sanders - Assistant Editor Assistant Editor ... Religious Editor Assistant Manager .Circulation Manager LITTLE THINGS February is tho shortest month of tho year yet what other month can boast a greater number of more re- nowned birthdays. Within a Bhort space that normally is only 28 days perhaps more of tho celebrated heroes of America and other countries as well hnvo been born than in any other one month. Thi...

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